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A Simple Tactic to Appeal to Prospective Young Members


In an article recently featured in Minnesota Meetings and Events magazine, GrowthZone explored benefits that attract young professional members. Of all the benefits associations should promote in order to attract young members, resume building is particularly enticing. “By Tweet.

Mission possible: Finding and keeping volunteers

Aaron Wolowiec

It’s the first board meeting of the year and the room is packed with enthusiastic volunteer board members. And later that month, committee members flock to your building to discuss the assignments for the year. Are you seeing a surge in GenX and millennial volunteers?

Associations and the Vision Thing

YourMembership Blog

But we wanted more, in part because we knew our customers and the members they serve needed and expected more. Alternatively, a recruiter could search for qualified candidates based on the courses they’ve taken. We know you and your members are counting on us.

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From the Corner Office: Scott Wiley, CAE

Association Adviser

Scott Wiley, CAE, head of the Ohio Society of CPAs , and newly elected Chair of the ASAE board, shares his thoughts about advocacy, millennials, member engagement and the importance of financial literacy in an exclusive Association Adviser interview. . SW : Engage with us.

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The World of Opportunities for AMCs: A YM Perspective

YourMembership Blog

These include: How to remain a relevant concern for their members and industry they serve. How the serve an evolving membership, specifically the need to address generational changes within their member structure. The loss of leadership vital to the health of the organization.

Solutions for Your Membership Conundrum

Association Adviser

Delivering the right value to the right members at the right time. Members tell us we’re sending them too much. The same members tell us they never know about events, professional development opportunities or other benefits to which they’re entitled.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 12.2.16

Reid All About it

Learn how modern website design elements can increase member engagement. Hear about strategies that help turn prospects into new members and ways to customize your website to fit the needs of your members. Out of the Mouth of Millennials. Host: Engage Software.

Does Your Membership Team Have a Diversity and Inclusion Mindset?

Associations Now

Their “Ask The Guru” discussion looked at how to maximize member engagement through diversity and inclusion efforts. The biggest takeaway for membership teams: As you work to recruit, retain, and engage members, always be thinking about D+I.

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 3.9.18

Reid All About it

By changing their mindset and conversations with chapters , RAPS built stronger relationships with their chapters and helped them increase member engagement. Learn the seven steps to event marketing survival and top tactics to attract and engage attendees.

Eric Lanke: Who Revolves Around Who?

Eric Lanke

Leadership. Member Engagement. I also read this fantastic post on SocialFish by Ryan Crowe about an outsider Millennials perspective on associations and association membership. I am a member of several associations. But isnt that what a member ultimately wants?

Lunchtime Links: How to Get Volunteers (And How to Keep Them)

Associations Now

Also: Encourage leadership within your ranks. Like zombies, committee members engage in busy work instead of generating new ideas to further the mission of the organization,” she writes, citing advice from Elizabeth Engel, CEO of Spark Consulting.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 11.10.17

Reid All About it

Reggie Henry, Chief Information and Engagement Officer at ASAE, said in a recent Association Success post : “…as our communities grow, the possibility of really knowing our members and responding to their needs effectively becomes more elusive. Members can find information anywhere.

The Future of Online Communities is Curated Content - and that’s Great for Community Managers!


Some have experienced success, and others haven’t quite figured out yet what it will take to engage their members online If you’re still trying to figure out this puzzle for your organization, don’t give up! This is a recipe for failure in terms of engagement.